Panamanian Internet Service Tenders

On June 12, from 8:30 to 9:30, tenders will be received for the Framework Convention to Provide Internet Services to state entities.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Twelve companies that provide IT services have participated in meetings prior to the receipt of tenders. published: "Among the companies which met from May 22 - 26 are: Cable Onda, Fidanque Hermanos e Hijos, Advanced Communication, Telecarrier, Optynex Telecom, BT, Tek Millennium, Cable & Wireless, Telefónica Móviles Panama, W Net, Sercom Management Corp and UFINET."

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Panama: Telecarrier Merges with Cable Onda

November 2009

Medcom Holdings, owner of Cable Onda, agreed with Telecarrier International to merge their telecommunications operations in Panama.

51% of the resulting company will be owned by Medcom Holdings INC, and 49% by Telecarrier International LTD.

From the press release: "This operation will create the only telecommunications company in Panama wholly owned by Panamanian capital, providing paid TV, broadband internet access, telephony and corporate data services".

Panama: Integrated Digital Network Tender Cancelled

September 2010

The government's innovation authority (AIG in Spanish) has rejected all bids submitted to provide the services.

Three companies had presented offers to supply a multi-service network providing integrated voice, internet and data services to state institutions. Telefónica Móviles made an offer of $60 million, Cable Onda $29 million and Cable & Wireless Panama $36 million.

Panama: Offers Submitted for Communication Network

August 2010

Three companies have presented bids to provide an integrated multi-service network supplying voice, internet and data communication services to state institutions.

The bidders were Teléfonica Móviles with $60 million, Cable Onda with $29 million and Cable and Wireless with $36 million.

Ins and Outs of a Million Dollar Contract Bid

September 2010

Participating companies awaiting the results of an invitation to tender by Panama's innovation authority (AIG in Spanish) saw it reject all offers received.

Three companies (Telefónica Panamá with a $60 million offer, Cable Onda with $29 million and Cable & Wireless Panama with $36 million) were competing for the contract to provide the state's telecommunications services.

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